Heaps of gratitude to Dawid Balut, Mattia Campagnano, Kimber Dowsett, Chris Roberts + Georgia Weidman for sharing their well-grounded thoughts on an often polarizing topic.
Yours truly recently moderated a global panel, featuring experts from Europe, Canada + the US, on behalf of Peerlyst, to discuss Cyber Security for startups + Small or Medium-sized Business (SMB). When time permits, have a listen.
Cyber Resilience is the practice of being prepared to respond to cyber attacks, which means having a plan to manage those events in effective ways to protect your reputation and your bottom line. Here’s some tips for how to design your Cyber Resilience Strategy.
Things in technology are always changing pretty fast so it’s important to refresh our knowledge from time-to-time. Hope this helps.
Beware of links, especially shortened links and especially this time of year Don’t just click on the link! (Especially this time of year). Keep these ideas in mind next time you’re about to click on some random link you got over social media or email.
Do it now. As a leader, your employees, partners and clients count on you to lead the way through when Cyber Attacks impact your business. The Cyber Resilience Playbook makes sure you are ready to lead by knowing how to respond quickly, accurately and confidently.
While a Cyber Resilience Strategy can only truly be tested during and in the hours, days and weeks following a Cyber Attack, simulations can help define its strengths and weaknesses proactively prior to a bona fide attack, saving precious time and potentially money, resources and reputations.
It’s important for us to understand the implications of the Equifax breach and ways to protect our identities. What options are best? Experts on the subject suggest freezing our credit. What does that mean? What does it involve and what do we need to know?